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Why Is Depression More Common in Women?

Published October 19, 2018

A long bout of depression is one of the most difficult ordeals for a person to live through, and unfortunately, for about half of the population, it is especially common in women. The reason why may be a combination of things, including fluctuating hormones and the pressure to “do it all.” Many women work full time while also tackling the bulk of childcare and household responsibilities. Add the stress of this hectic lifestyle to hormones that are constantly shifting, and it’s no real surprise that some major issues could come about as a result, including disruptions to mood, emotions, and more. Depression can be caused by a variety of environmental and biological factors. Fortunately, there can also be varying ways of alleviating depression—the main thing is identifying and treating the root cause (or causes) rather than masking symptoms without truly dealing with the problem. Read more…



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